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a quiz for you which could spoil all white kids which quote gave evan pliers to three separate england guy which inspired one of brazil's football clubs ladies and gentlemen i give you corinthian casuals. what actually happened was in nineteen zero seven there was a split between the f.b.i. and what we came to. and it was quite acrimonious to do with amateur special and the if i refused to allow any if i play as all clubs to appear when the pitch is over there so there was a complete split that spirit was healed and you just saw in the first world. after the first world war the two clubs struggled over one hundred players between the two sides were killed in the one hundred twenty children strong. into the f.a.
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cup. the first tonight entered a new competition. is a goal of romance around the club because romance doesn't necessarily. mean fact in most of the stories all true it is a wonderful story about this. but no penalty kick was introduced and we didn't accept it gentlemen with actually did the foul so we didn't think the penalty kicks were right and so to go with whole world to defend. if it was awarded to us we would kick with more right now that did actually happened. the french president has decided to close the press office at the palace journalists have been stationed there for decades but now they will be moved to a new site officially it's being done for operational reasons some say perhaps it's just a way to keep the media a bit further from the president
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a lot easier shall do been so he explains. this is been the base of france's presidential press school for decades but the doors are about to close on journalists' tenure at the least a callous president the court decided to break away with a press room inside music palace basically get away from the seat of power for no it's sort of putting them somewhere remote they will have to offer appointments every time they want to speak to someone it is keeping them. at a distance and that's exactly what i meant about four walls since his election last may mock consolation ship with the press has been strained he's cherry picked the journalists who can cover his trips outraging multiple media groups he refused to give the traditional bastille day news conference as it's claimed his thoughts too complex and has suggested that journalists are too interested in themselves
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some say in this move is another way of controlling the press pressure media furious on the devaney furious because there were some form of course during the electoral campaign the presidential campaign so. they now realize that it's not because you make friends with a politician i'm complaining that they're going to treat you well afterwards. but while many in the french media are accusing the president of giving them the cold shoulder perhaps it shouldn't come as a surprise when it. comes to. if. not maybe you should change. the story up or about being about fearful thing that you need to see you know which media you talk to you not. big. three things you know.
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nothing. you denying me you look at the front of me in the. to you tonight. as. well my call has already bought some media outlets from the lease a. cordon emmanuel micron organizes a briefing off camera just before his trip to cali he sent invitations to the media when i arrived there i discovered that i wasn't on the list of accredited media and they said i'm not a journalist and that i had to leave so what impact does that have on your ability to do your job. emanuel macro wants to pass a law against fake news they're refusing to accredit certain media you know the result is he blocked his access directly to the real information and sources of information it's not as if the president who once famously compared himself to cheaper to the roman god is media shy he simply prefers to use social media platforms like this you tube page to make statements. although it seems not
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many a watching and it means there are no questions from journalists to f. to it's a government spokesperson said moving the press corps from the leaves it was made for racial reasons and would give reporters a bigger space in which to work. but many believe the only person base is not call him and his pilot's. paris quarter past the hour here in moscow as washington goes on and on about a russian meddling in domestic affairs u.s. intel troops are now warning that phones made by china are spying on americans i don't up yet. the stakes couldn't be higher and it's happening in syria the goal of destroying
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the islamic state is largely complete now the syrian proxy war is intriguing the new stage for the players and one of their aims and what is winning. if north korea really believes we're about to conduct a preemptive strike it's going to be a significant and a serious preemptive strike that may. they may be motivated to make it to try to be this is the but first like. most people think just in this is this you need to be the first one on top of the story or the person with the loudest voice of the biggest raid in truth to stand losing this is just the dance the right questions and the right answer.
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thanks for sharing your friday with us here on our t. more than a year has passed since the libyan city of so was liberated from i still but locals still fit for their lives the threat of jihad ists returning to the area looms large all residents continue waiting for life to return to normal. i. think that. just goes. to the biggest. loser really throughout the program the food in the in the complex and actually
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believe is a form of completely out of the mashed into the ground. and it's impressive even though it's been destroyed. as you can see here is damage state flag has been drawn on the so this just. left the area is completely destroyed and there is no local or international assistance for the population there are fears that ice will return to this air year again and be entrenched in it after the one year war. people were displaced from this area even after the return the can find their homes because of the massed struction there is no house left intact especially because of the four planes and everyone knows that i so much return as any moment to say job search and it's been the center of
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a stronghold in the city surrounded by mountains and valleys and noise always in the. hollywood star scarlett johansson apparently didn't know what she was getting into when advertising a chinese made mobile phone u.s. intelligence chief said are warning that handsets produced by chinese manufacturers including giant who are way off spying on americans. it provides the capacity to maliciously modify or steal information provides the capacity to conduct undetected espionage raise your hand if you would recommend that private american citizens use wall way or z.t. products or services. not of your generation thank you for that the browns mentioned during the hearing are amid some of the biggest names in mobile
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communications worldwide zedd. put the company in eighth place globally while who way makes the top three ironically in the last week of conversation between two f.b.i. officials was leaked in which they pointed out american company apple's tendency to spy on users. and what makes me really angry about that apple thing the fact that tim cook clay such the previous year advocates year jerky your entire o. s. is designed to track me without me even knowing it i know hypocrite anything's possible in trump's america we just don't know but given the size of the trading relationship between the two i think they'd have to be very cautious about damaging that seriously electronics one of the of the biggest markets go back and forth intellectual property and this huge contractual tires between chinese manufacturers and american network providers so it would be incredibly difficult to translate these sort of statements into legal restrictions it's certainly ironic that they're putting so much effort into you blocking the entry of these companies into the u.s.
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market without making a bit in available because as we know the one place where there is great evidence of spying activity happening here is largely driven by the u.s. government we know that actually ironically they try to insert software into huawei devices to spy on people that way so it's a difficult situation maybe they have evidence they don't want to share for security reasons but right now the one party you have evidence is spying on people if the people who are complaining about huawei. u.s. attorney general jeff sessions as been accused of fueling racism after praising the quote anglo american heritage of law enforcement in the country the remark made during a speech to a sheriffs association has been interpreted by many as being insensitive. the office of sheriff is a critical part of the anglo american heritage of law enforcement while some have regretted the choice of words others have pointed out the sessions did make use of
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the correct term to describe the american legal system also known as the common law it's rooted in a shared american and english heritage including both customs and laws in fact barack obama also alluded to that of the anglo american legal system both as a senator and then as president the term was widely used by other members of his administration as well but it seems that no one took notice of that in washington samir a con gauges reaction to other controversial comments made by u.s. presidents and politicians. i'm going to say donald trump. sounds like something he would say is actually obama says frank obama. actually correct. if you find it offensive at all. i just thought it would be him based on the other remarks that he's made but i mean
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if it's obama's fault i like president obama so i'm glad he said that he. says that levy. why do you think that because he is offensive towards immigrants. is actually bill clinton really wow that is not saying nothing interesting but i wouldn't be surprised though because nobody listens to his work. my kids or our i just said. the first question you told. me you're correct. in all these offenses i don't listen to the i didn't get no outrage so i get the call about the messenger and not so much about the message. underwater warfare isn't just about who has the best submarines it's also about who has the best navy seals and not necessarily just the human ones.
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by. joining us here at our three international your friday it worldwide news headlines continue at the top of the o one. with lawmakers manufacture consent instant of public wealth. when the
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ruling classes project themselves. with the final clear your own lives only the one percent told. us to ignore middle of the room sick. i mean real news is really the world. about your sudden passing i've only just learnt you worry yourself and taken your last bang turn. your appetite up to you as we all knew it would i tell you i'm sorry i could so i write these last words in hopes to put to rest these things that i never got off my chest. i remember when we first met my life turned on each breath. but then my feeling started change you talked about war like it was again
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still some more fun to feel those that didn't like to question our arc and i secretly promised to never be like it said one does not leave a funeral the same as one enters the mind gets consumed with death this one different person i speak to now because there are no other takers. claimed that mainstream media has met its make. her laugh. certain i want to do things or show everybody is doing really be very clear. the way. management. and they are they they are what they have and they have a menu. a
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scheme you need to fill this very. soft yeah and then what do you how much. do you do you. mean that with a measure of the company or negative cash. if you are three really believes we're about to conduct a preemptive strike of this could be a significant and a serious preemptive strike that may. they may be motivated to make it to try to be this for the fights have to push but. in america a college degree requires a great deal. paying a decades long debt. studying so hard it requires drugs.
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going through humiliation to enter an elite society. and paci dead sometimes quite literally. wants other true colors of universities in the us. yes most illusional nice but smelly thing. just music to stay in the room with this stuff which is this mission on the top of the new cloister is a. small apartment for. a little bit some of it is just some awesome trial of.
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comfort don't play after a script to gather some awesome all this. ellice stein is getting international recognition with the help of israel at least in the world of zoos i'm in built it was dismissive to do it long before you like a million pieces and my compass is going up the study hall maybe a bit. old john no doubt hoping they should be the only palestinians is gets the most help from its jerusalem counterparts i don't think this is of those who in the world under the oak vision did not only could do this. and not fizzle off with knowledge to how to display any of the muscle that you had i not going to continue
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muslim seem to do more in the middle sauced don't piss off. here in kiev in recent days it might dawn independence square has turned into a full scale war zone. full clancy's in ukraine's capital kiev. there is absolutely no you shall like to tell what you are caricature anybody least
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you would. do. now on the brink of a civil war at least seventy dead so far and the death toll rising it you can allude you. a new music stockholm and. what we saw here today was a revolution. that it was initially but it's going to have invested over five billion dollars to assist ukraine in these and other goals was i. assume when you go to your show will go to the. nato has expanded into thirteen countries up to the borders of russia thirteen countries. focus has to be on not allowing ice into hot fall between ukraine and russia. that the team of boys in the city would just look when the new buildings to be
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truthful. mum . plum up a little luck. or lum uh.
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ukraine. it's an ancient and proud land. with a rich history filled with much beauty heroism and sacrifice. ukraine is a border land. a place where east meets west. this is the flag of ukraine the blue represents the sky the gold its seemingly endless fields of wheat. ukraine is a prize many have sought. and much blood spilled in the quest to possess it. ukraine has been the pathway for western powers as they attempted to conquer the east. in world war one. and world
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war two. and every time the ukrainian people ended up paying the highest price for these grand games of powers . history doesn't repeat but it surely rhymes said mark twain. if one looks closely at the history of ukraine one will notice many rhymes. being surrounded by stronger powers ukraine has needed a lot of cunning to survive and the art they truly mastered with time is the art of changing sides. in the middle of the seventeenth century ukrainian leader dunn who. broke a truce agreement made with poland siding more powerful russia. just over fifty years later as the russian swedish war was raging another ukrainian
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leader ivan mazeppa bro. the union with russia when he switched sides joining forces with the swedish invaders many times ukrainian history was written by third parties seeking to keep the gains of a revolution at any cost russia agreed to the humiliating conditions of the breast with screechy of one thousand nine hundred eighteen which turned ukraine into a german protectorate another historical document to change the fate of ukraine was the molotov ribbentrop pact of one thousand nine hundred thirty nine one of many such agreements being signed between european countries and rising germany. attempting to protect his nation from the approaching nazi threat. joseph stalin negotiated a treaty of nonaggression with adolf hitler while promising each other piece of the soviet in german foreign ministers molotov and ribbentrop realign the map of eastern europe splitting it into german and soviet spheres of influence.
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no sooner had the mala tav ribbentrop pact been signed then poland was split and in september of one nine hundred thirty nine eastern poland awoke to be western ukraine and a part of the family of soviet republics and the u.s.s.r. . but even this bold dividing of lands and nations only delayed the inevitable germany broke its promise to the u.s.s.r. . on june twenty second one thousand nine hundred forty one germany invaded the u.s.s.r. launching barbara rossa the largest military operation in world history. barbara was aiming for st petersburg moscow and kiev ukraine three
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destinations of major significance. ukraine with its rich lands and resources was an important industrial and economic source for the u.s.s.r. to cut it off from the soviet union would strike a big blow indeed. for most of the soviet union the second world war was about fighting the invaders of their land. but it wasn't quite so simple for ukraine the truth is ukraine has never been a united country. when world war two broke out a large part of western ukraine's population welcomed the german soldiers as liberators from the recently forced upon them soviet rule and openly collaborated with the germans. the real scale of collaboration was not announced for many years after the war but we now know that whole divisions and battalions were formed by ukrainian collaborators such as s.s. galaxy and not to golf and roll into battalions. just in the beginning of the war
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more than eighty thousand people from college cina region voluntarily enrolled into division s.s. galad seen in a month and a half notorious for their extreme cruelty towards the polish jewish and russian people on the territory of ukraine. members of these military groups came mostly from the organization of ukrainian nationalists the zero un founded in one nine hundred twenty nine this organization had an ultimate goal of creating an ethnically pure independent ukraine and considered terror an acceptable tool for achieving their ends their official flag was black and red bland and blood it will remain in ukraine's history long after the o. un will cease to exist in early one nine hundred forty the most radical nationalistic part of the organization of ukrainian nationalists got its own leader step on bond era severely anti semitic an anti commune. just he proclaimed an
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independent ukraine in one thousand nine hundred one. his german allies frowned upon such an act of self will and it landed him in prison for nearly all the second world war not participating in the events physically. still managed to successfully spread his ideology. many independent historians estimate that the zero un militia exterminated from one hundred fifty to two hundred thousand jews on ukrainian territory occupied by the germans by the end of one nine hundred forty one. the most notorious and outrageous massacre took place september twenty ninth and thirtieth nineteen forty one. of the city of kiev and its vicinity must appear on monday september twenty ninth by eight o'clock in the morning. bring documents money and valuables and also warm
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clothing linen cetera. they need not follow this order and are found elsewhere will be shot. thirty three thousand seven hundred seventy one jews were killed in this two day operation of the nazis and ukrainian militia. another outrageous massacre was carried out by the ukrainian insurgent army and the bond faction of the organization of ukrainian nationalists in german occupied polish. and eastern between one nine hundred forty three and one nine hundred forty four this genocide of poles was led by. thirty five thousand to sixty thousand people involved and twenty five to forty thousand eastern. fell victim to this massive ethnic cleansing operation. center.


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